'What a Beautiful Day' pots (M) (SS21)
'What a Beautiful Day' pots (M) (SS21)
'What a Beautiful Day' pots (M) (SS21)
'What a Beautiful Day' pots (M) (SS21)
'What a Beautiful Day' pots (M) (SS21)
FICH ceramics

'What a Beautiful Day' pots (M) (SS21)

Regular price £30.00

These medium sized 'What a Beautiful Day' pots are designed to make you notice the beautiful parts of your day, no matter how big or small. Noticing the positive parts of your day encourages a positive mindset and provokes happiness. The perfect place for them would be on your side table in your bedroom so you start the day thinking happy thoughts.

These pots are the perfect size to home a medium cactus. They have been thrown on the pottery wheel and then turned (placed upside down on the pottery wheel and the carve the excess clay off of the bottom), hand-stamped with 'What a Beautiful Day' and finished off with the FICH logo stamped on the foot. It is then fired, glazed (when the colour is added) and then fired again. Each piece has been lovingly made in Oxfordshire UK. 

Please note that these handmade pieces can vary in size and colour so may not look exactly like the ones in the picture. The marks made when making the pieces are still evident to add to the aesthetic.

Due to each piece being hand-thrown, these are approximate measurements. Each pot will be either 0.5cm smaller or 0.5cm wider than the size stated.



The photos are used to show the colours only, they will all have 'What a Beautiful Day' written on them, and will be medium sized. There are .Happy Happy Happy' pots available, please see listing for these here;



Height 7cm x Width 10cm  

Please note, due to the handmade nature of these pieces, size may vary by 0.5cm of size stated. 



Not suitable for outdoor use.

Wipe clean with wet cloth



2-3 business days 



2 - 3 business days


Once they have been shipped they will be sent with Royal Mail using their 2nd class postage system. They have a 2-3 day delivery aim although this can be affected during busy periods, please see Royal Mails website for more information.



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